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September 18th, 2014
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Man dies after suffering heart attack while mountain biking

06/03/2014 7:08am
A man in his 50s died Monday night after suffering an apparent heart attack while mountain biking near Red Fleet State Park, according to the Uintah County Sheriff's Office.

New regulations on carbon win cautious praise and criticism

06/03/2014 7:33am
A new proposal from the Obama administration to cut carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants won cautious praise from some Utah officials Monday but was dismissed as "just pure fantasy" by Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah.

Death row inmate's appeal heard at Utah Supreme Court again

06/03/2014 7:55am
The Utah Supreme Court heard arguments for the fifth time Monday from death row inmate Douglas Carter since his conviction 29 years ago.

Puppy drives car into Massachusetts pond

06/03/2014 8:36am
After going for a walk, a German shepherd puppy owned by a Massachusetts man decided to go for a drive — straight into a pond.

Signs your child could benefit from therapy

06/03/2014 8:52am
Wondering if your child could benefit from professional play therapy? Read about the common concerns that parents have and ways to look for them in your own child.

New mixed-species exhibit opens at Hogle Zoo

06/03/2014 9:05am
A new $16 million African Savanna Exhibit opened at Utah's Hogle Zoo, after a year-and-a- half-long construction project.

Q&A with Patti Edwards, wife of LaVell Edwards

06/03/2014 9:45am
The wife of legendary football coach LaVell Edwards has her own remarkable story to tell.

Woman carjacked at gunpoint, police say

06/03/2014 9:48am
Salt Lake City police are looking for a car that was stolen from a woman at gunpoint.

What are the 3 factors when it comes to fast and responsible weight loss?

06/03/2014 10:00am
Dr. Eric Volckmann of the University of Utah Health Care Bariatric Surgery Program discusses weight loss in this week's "Ask An Expert" video.

8 key features of iOS 8

06/03/2014 10:35am
Apple fans holding out hope they'd see the company's next great gadget on Monday were disappointed. At the keynote address for the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, software was king.

Fish for free on June 7

06/03/2014 11:43am
People of all ages can enjoy a free day of fishing on June 7.

Ohio police seek man after kindergarten fight

06/03/2014 12:50pm
One man hit another while newly graduated kindergarten students were celebrating with punch and cookies, triggering a melee that involved up to 20 people and resulted in the lockdown of an elementary school near Cincinnati, authorities said Tuesday.

Have You Seen This? Puppy perfectly imitates sleepy teen

06/03/2014 1:15pm
Whether you're a morning person or not, there are times it's tough to get out of bed — especially when you're a puppy.

Husband breaks glass door, attempts assault, police say

06/03/2014 2:07pm
A man was arrested Tuesday after throwing a rock through a glass door in a domestic violence incident, police said.

FBI offers reward to deter aircraft 'laser attacks'

06/03/2014 2:14pm
The FBI is offering up to a $10,000 reward for information about individuals who have pointed lasers at aircraft, which is a federal offense.

June movies for each member of the family

06/03/2014 3:12pm
Here are a few flicks headed to the big screen in June that different members of your family can look forward to.

Local artist showcase features all kinds

06/03/2014 3:38pm
Photography, paintings, music and makeup will be featured at RAW's Natural Born Artists show this Thursday. The show was organized in hopes that creative people will be given an arena to meet other artists and share their work.

North Park police search for people involved in string of burglaries

06/03/2014 4:19pm
Police are searching for the people involved in a string of burglaries in North Logan.

Man accused of human smuggling appears in Utah courtroom

06/03/2014 5:17pm
A California man was not involved in human smuggling when the van he was driving crashed near the Utah-Colorado border last month, according to his attorney.

Photos of Zions Bank robber released

06/03/2014 5:20pm
A Zion's Bank was robbed Tuesday morning, and UPD have released his photo in hopes of locating the man.

Roads, businesses reopened after gas leak in West Bountiful

06/03/2014 5:50pm
Several roads were closed and businesses were evacuated after a gas leak Tuesday morning.

New O.C. Tanner labs to foster 'innovation, leadership, creativity'

06/03/2014 5:53pm
O.C. Tanner announced the opening of Tanner Labs — a new research and development arm that will function as an internal think tank and incubator for creating and testing new products along with becoming a resource to startups and inventors.

2 women groped at SLCC South City Campus, police say

06/03/2014 6:23pm
Salt Lake Community College issued a safety alert after police say a man groped two women on the South City Campus.

Utah lawmaker doubts gay marriage case will reach US Supreme Court

06/03/2014 6:28pm
A state lawmaker doubts the U.S. Supreme Court will take on a same- sex marriage case unless there is disagreement among lower federal courts.

Man arrested in connection with fatal shooting

06/03/2014 6:36pm
Police arrested a man accused of fatally shooting another man in Kearns last weekend.

Teacher accused of rape pursued by student, attorney says

06/03/2014 6:36pm
A Davis County school teacher charged with three counts of rape of a student was in court Tuesday morning fighting to get the entire case dismissed. Her attorney said she's not at fault because the student pursued her.

I-84 rollover kills Farmington teen

06/03/2014 6:41pm
A 17-year-old boy was killed in a rollover accident Tuesday morning.

Woman dies from injuries suffered in Ogden accident

06/03/2014 6:52pm
The 92-year-old woman critically injured in a car accident Sunday died Tuesday from injuries sustained in the accident.

Wasatch High apologizes to teens for editing photos

06/03/2014 6:57pm
Some Utah high school students who cracked their yearbooks to find sleeves digitally added to their tank tops and a tattoo erased say school officials have apologized to them.

Woman arrested on alleged 3rd DUI charge in 3 years

06/03/2014 7:08pm
Neighbors have become concerned after a South Jordan woman was arrested on a third DUI charge within the last three years.

Hurricane man to make solo 100-mile run through 'heart of Utah'

06/03/2014 7:31pm
Utah resident and ultra-distance runner Cory Reese is about to embark on his 10th 100-mile run. This time, he is running solo and unsupported, from Salt Lake City to Provo and back. His run will begin the morning of June 4.

Bear wanders into cabin, surprising man

06/03/2014 7:50pm
A 150-pound black bear cub wandered into a cabin in Big Cottonwood Canyon Monday, officials said.

Judge wants trial in Internet fraud case by early 2015

06/03/2014 8:17pm
A federal judge indicated Tuesday that it is his plan to set a trial date for St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson and four of his colleagues when they return to court in August.

Why every modern woman mourns the death of Alice

06/03/2014 8:32pm
One TV show understood modern women. "The Brady Bunch" knew what we women wanted more than anything, knew what we were too ashamed to acknowledge but what we fantasized about: having our own Alice.

Healthy chocolate curbs sugar cravings

06/03/2014 8:57pm
Sterling Jones' mother was going through chemotherapy when she started getting cravings for chocolate. She and her family were trying to eat healthy, but she couldn't shake the craving. Then the answer came from an unlikely source: chocolate

Attorney: Girl in stabbing deserves juvenile court

06/03/2014 9:11pm
Wisconsin's tough laws requiring children be charged as adults in homicide cases could mean a 12-year-old girl accused of stabbing a friend won't get help she needs, her attorney said Tuesday.

Fatal crashes have increased in 2014, UDOT says

06/03/2014 9:31pm
The number of fatal car accidents in Utah are quickly racking up this year at a rate that appears much faster than in 2013.

Oil spill deposits 'appear to be relatively stable,' final report says

06/03/2014 9:48pm
The Bureau of Land Management released its final report Tuesday on an oil spill at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument that initially puzzled officials as to how much oil leaked and when the spill occurred.

'Hunger Games' salute used as protest in Thailand

06/03/2014 10:08pm
The three-finger salute from the Hollywood movie "The Hunger Games" is being used as a real symbol of resistance in Thailand. Protesters against the military coup are flashing the gesture as a silent act of rebellion, and they're being threatened with arrest if they ignore warnings to stop.

Fireworks restrictions approved for SL County unincorporated townships

06/03/2014 10:21pm
The Salt Lake County Council approved fireworks restrictions in parts of unincorporated townships Tuesday.

Agents 'trashed' home, traumatized kids during search, Shurtleff says

06/03/2014 10:25pm
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says agents who searched his home Monday used "Dirty Harry" tactics and traumatized his son and teenage daughter.

Woman identified in fatal car accident on 700 East

06/03/2014 10:35pm
Police have identified the woman killed in a car accident in Salt Lake Tuesday. Two others were injured in the accident.

SLC residents speak up for struggling golf course

06/03/2014 10:39pm
Speculation over the city's struggling golf fund drew a passionate crowd of Rose Park residents to tell the Salt Lake City Council how much they love their public courses.
 
   
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